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I’m telling you, my dear readers, I love this company. Tropical Traditions is the real deal. They care about the quality of their products to the nth degree, and they treat their customers in the highest regard. We were recently given the awesome opportunity to enjoy their organic raw honey. I was more than pleased to do a review of the product as a sort of “thank you” for allowing us to try it. (Although my review is in exchange for the product, I did not have to give the product a favorable review. The opinion expressed here is purely my own.) Here is our typical honey story goes. I buy local raw honey. I’m not sure if it helps with outdoor allergies, but it’s worth the try. I like to support the local honeybees anyway 🙂 Since we just ran out of our local honey, I happily received the raw honey from Tropical Traditions.
My husband is quite the food critic (He prides himself on his superior palate. I suggest he temper it occasionally if he wants me to cook him dinner.), and he absolutely loved this honey. In fact, he said it is probably the best honey he has ever had. It far exceeds our local raw honey. We decided not to waste the honey as an ingredient in a recipe (I’ll use my local honey for that), but to enjoy it in its purest form either straight out of the jar on a spoon or spread on a piece of gluten-free bread. I keep finding my kids sneaking spoonfuls out of the jar.
I can easily say that we will buy this product often. It goes, then, without saying that I cannot recommend Tropical Traditions Organic Raw Honey enough. But don’t take my word for it, read more about TT’s Certified Organic Raw Honey here and try some for yourself. While you’re reading up on their organic raw honey, check out their well-known and most excellent virgin coconut oil also.
One way you can try it for yourself is to win a jar of it. I am so excited to giveaway a jar of Tropical Traditions Organic Raw Honey to 1 reader. Of course, you can possibly get two jars by 1) entering the giveaway, and 2) buy your own (a 17.6 oz jar is on sale for $12.99 right now).
How to Enter
There is a single requirement for entry in this giveaway. You must go to the Tropical Traditions website and subscribe to their email Sales Newsletter. (Just click on the underlined highlighted portion in the previous sentence.) I personally receive this newsletter about once a week. It informs you of current sales as well as provides other interesting articles on health issues.
You must come back here and leave a comment letting me know that you subscribed to the Tropical Traditions newsletter. (Note: If you are reading this via email, you must click on the link to go to The Willing Cook website to enter a comment. You cannot enter by replying to the email.)
Do you already receive the TT newsletter? No problem. Just do one of the additional entries below and leave a comment letting me know that you already receive the newsletter. Be sure to leave a separate comment for each additional entry.
- Follow Tropical Traditions on twitter @troptraditions and @ttspecialdeals
- “Like” Tropical Traditions on Facebook
- Follow Tropical Traditions on pinterest
You must come back here and leave a comment letting me know that you did any of the above for additional entries. Please leave a comment for each additional entry. This giveaway ends at midnight (EST) next Thursday, June 14, 2012. Let the giveaway begin…
If you aren’t familiar with the company, here is a quick sample of the current sales at Tropical Traditions. Disclaimer: If you order by clicking on the sales flyer link above and have never ordered from Tropical Traditions in the past, you will receive a free book on Virgin Coconut Oil, and I will receive a discount coupon for referring you.
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